Let's Talk - help shape the future of your neighbourhood and borough

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Cheshire West and Chester Council is currently developing the Council Plan which sets out our vision and priorities for the next four years. At the same time, we are also developing our budget plans for the next four years to ensure we can fund our priorities.
We want to encourage the public to have their say on our plans and spending priorities before we finalise the Council Plan.

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A consultation is taking place from October 2015 to early January 2016 during which time you can take part in the consultation and tell us about your priorities and the things that are important to you.

Council staff will be coming along to events and other activities in your local area to listen to your views. We will also be attending existing public meetings, talking to local businesses, engaging with other agencies and holding focus groups with residents.

Your views are really important in helping shape future local services. We will consider all the feedback we receive and the results will be published in February 2016.

For more information or to access the online questionnaire click here

The closing date for comments is Wednesday 6 January 2016.

Ed:"If you run a local organisation and rely on CWaC to help fund or run aspects of your organisation then you need to add your views to the Consultation to help ensure there are sufficent funds in the Council budget to enable you to carry on your good work. The link above allows you to comment online and Tarvin Library has hard copies should you prefer to use the post."

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